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Join the Finance Committee today

Member needed for Huu-ay-aht Finance Committee The Huu-ay-aht Executive Council wishes to add one member to the Finance Committee to provide input, guidance, and recommendations to the Executive Council, as required by the treaty and Huu-ay-aht legislation. Honoraria will be provided for the successful appointee. Meetings may take place via conference call, alternate media, or in the […]

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Nations share the key to its success with Huu-ay-aht

Reg Ogen, from the Wet’suwet’en First Nation, was invited to present his Nation’s Economic Development Plan. His talk on February 26 2016 showcased their strategy utilizing multiple contracts and partnerships. He also emphasized how proposal writing has been key to help run their training and capacity building programs. Reg has been a Council member for […]

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Huu-ay-aht’s elected chief encourages citizens to attend tribunal

Elected Chief Councillor Robert Dennis says it is crucial that people show their support this week for the  Specific Claims Tribunal. The is a hearing for Huu-ay-aht First Nations regarding the value of the compensation Canada owes Huu-ay-aht as a result of the way timber on former Numukamis IR1 was sold to MacMillan Bloedel in […]

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Listen to your Elders about “The Heart of the People”!

This is the first part of the documentary “The Heart of the People”.  A unique opportunity to listen to Elders who are no longer with us, but speak about the Sarita River from the bottom of their tiičma (heart): Willie Sport – cultural historian, fisher and trapper. Lizzie Happynook – weaver whose pieces are exhibited at the Alberni […]

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